After Solskjaer was booed off the pitch at Watford, Bruno Fernandes explains why he yelled at the United fans.
After the incident, BRUNO FERNANDES blamed “everyone” at Manchester United.
Watford’s 4-1 victory was a major setback for Ole Gunnar Solskajer.
After a heated row with United fans at Vicarage Road, midfielder Fernandes was led away by teammates.
After the game, he slammed United’s’sloppy’ attitude in the first half, when the Hornets were deservedly leading 2-0.
Donny van de Beek, who came on in the second half, got the Red Devils back into the game.
Watford scored twice in stoppage time to hand United their worst defeat against a promoted team in 22 years.
As away fans booed, Solskjaer held his hands up apologetically.
And it was the Norwegian, as well as Fred, who kept Fernandes out of trouble.
“In the Premier League, it is not enough to play for one half,” the Portugal star later said.
“Watford has a strong squad.”
They are aggressive, have quality up front, and you will concede goals if you give them chances.
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“And that’s been a problem for us for a long time.
“I believe the second-half attitude was present.
Everyone was too careless in the first half.”
He also slammed United’s first-half performance.
“We don’t go out on the front foot, and we don’t tackle,” he explained.
“You must demonstrate your worth, which is why you play for Manchester United.”
“Everyone is to blame here.”
It isn’t the coach’s fault, nor is it the fault of any individual player; it is the fault of everyone.
“Everyone must accept responsibility because everyone must improve.”
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